A GREAT LEAP FORWARD

Representatives from GreatnessLab Asia by Cypher Learning and the Philippine Christian University (PCU) sign a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) during a formal ceremony held at the Pan Pacific Manila Hotel in Malate, Manila. Shown in the picture are (from right): Edwin J. Loma of GreatnessLab Asia; his colleague Mrs. Pilarcita Sta. Ana; Dr. Junifen F. Gauuan, President of PCU; Dr. Kathleen Rose L. Guimbatan, Vice President for Academic Affairs; and Dir. Mario G. Miranda II of the Information Technology Department (ITD).

A significant part of the program that was held on February 7, 2019, was the reading of the Statement from the Principal by Ms. Arlynne Awayan, GreatnessLab Asia’s Director of Customer Success and Engagement, Cypher Learning. Not shown in the picture but among the signatories was Mr. Abelardo Sta. Ana.

The historic event was witnessed by the staff members of both Greatness Lab Asia and PCU, including the members of the ITD team. “This MOA will provide PCU with an E-Learning portal that any IT expert knows would leapfrog the University to the promising digital future,” according to Dir. Miranda. (Photo by Nep Cortez)

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47 PCU alumni pass 2018 LET, Psychometry Board Exams

The whole community of the Philippine Christian University (PCU) celebrated after it was announced recently that 47 of its graduates from the education and psychometry courses successfully hurdled their respective board examinations in 2018 and have become brand-new professional of the two fields. Out of the total number of board passers, 39 passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).

The ten (10) new elementary teachers are: Marie Azenith O. Ambayec, Kristel P. Bandoy, Chairmaine Mariz F. Bernal, Amerlyn P. Calangit, Beatrice Z. Calso, Catherine C. Cruz, Julie C. Daguio, Mikkee C. de Leon, Darwin B. Omadio, and Betty Ann S. Suriao.

There are six (6) secondary level LET passers. They are: Calvin Errol S. Alcantara, Laurice Faye Marie H. Colcol, Anikka Mae T. Navarro, Nathasia Mae A. Rico, Emmar Z. Progelia and June Christian A. Vivar. Other passers are: Miriam B. Acosta, Cherry O. Bagunas, Ruperta P. Bayrante, Christy Joy C. Berlandio, Cesar R. Carillo, Sheila D. Cervantes, Marties H. Cornejo, Carmela A. Cunan, Jose C. Hiponia, Ronaldo A. Ludivero, Jossa D.S. Mabalay, Aprilyn M. Maguiat, Salvacion T. Masubay, Sherilene B. Pamintuan, Glenda M. Pomada, Jennifer R. Quion, Dominic Jan M. Ramos, Rose Ann L. Rey, Sheila Lyn C. Simborio, Mary Ann O. Talledo, Mary Grace Yachelle B. Tiangco, Noemi M. Tolentino, and Eliza S. Yuson. Meanwhile, the psychometrician board passers are: Gil C. Francisco, Earl Grantson M. Ladran, Kristine O. Linart, Ruby M. Mendoza, Bhea A. Montenegro, Sharie B. Narbonita, Kriselle S. Navisa and Pelagio A. Libradilla Jr. FON

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NEW ETEEAP APPLICANTS

Dr. Francis Christie C. Arnado (second from right) poses with new applicants of Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP). Dr. Arnado, the program Coordinator of the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP), recently interviewed the candidates who hope to make headway in their careers by finishing their respective bachelor’s degrees. The ETEEAP seeks to assist them in obtaining college diploma equivalency “that will allow them to enjoy the full economic benefits of their knowledge, skills, and competencies.”

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